As a new postdoc working in a bio-math interface discipline, I often wish I had more formal math training than my math minor many years back. Compared to others who came from more of a math/physics/engineering background, I would like to 1) retain and improve my proficiency in basic math (linear algebra, differential equations) and 2) gain more confidence in tackling new problems that require original analytical derivations.
I'm currently trying to spend 1hr/day just doing problems or going through lectures online. However, I have never heard of anyone else, grad students or postdocs, who make this sort of effort to keep up their level of math prowess. Am I being really absurd and should just focus on my immediate career tasks and stick to my strong suit instead of wasting time on daily math workout?